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Chef Eden Grinshpan, host of Top Chef Canada and cofounder and executive chef of Middle Eastern restaurant Dez in New York City, recently stopped by the PureWow test kitchen and showed us a whole new world when she whipped up a recipe for Kamut and sour cherry meze.
For the uninitiated, Kamut is an ancient grain with a sweet, nutty flavor and al dente texture. Compared to cooking with a bland grain like couscous, Kamut adds layers of flavor when you use it in a dish. Bob’s Red Mill makes a version, and you can also buy it at many specialty food markets.
Meze is just the Mediterranean way of saying appetizer. And lucky for us, this grain salad—with its fresh herbs and tangy dressing—complements most main dishes.
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